Tag: movement
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5 Simple Core Exercises on All Fours

Core exercises can be done in a variety of ways. They can be done laying down or standing up or plank style. These are five core exercises on all fours, which means on your hands and knees.  This position will create a stability challenge rather than…

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What Does Healthy Mean?

I was about to write about why being healthy is so hard. And I will. But first, we need to know what it means to be healthy. To be healthy is not just being free of sickness or disease. It’s more than that. Healthy means different things…

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Foam Roll Exercises

Foam roll exercises can help decrease soreness, improve flexibility, improve circulation, and prevent injury by loosening muscles. Sometimes it hurts so good though. It is not for the weak of mind. You know when you hit that knot in your shoulder during a massage? Yeah, that…

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An Equipment Free Total Body Workout in Under 30 Minutes

This post includes an equipment free 30 minute workout using interval training created by Jessica from I Am Teacher Fit, find out more about her below! These days, most of us are incredibly busy. It can be a struggle to ensure we’re getting enough sleep, drinking…

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5 Twists To Loosen The Spine

You know that feeling when your back is all loose? It’s perfect. Twisting stretches can apparently help digestion, improve sleep and promote relaxation. Stretching in general has so many benefits and there’s no reason it should be skipped, it can even prevent back injuries. Sign me up!…

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4 Exercises For A Full Body Workout At Home

Working out is more simple than we make it out to be. It doesn’t need to be some elaborate hour long gym session with machines and treadmills. Many people are overwhelmed with the amount of exercise options out there and don’t know where to start. All you need…

Any Movement Counts

“I don’t have any time”. The number one excuse is that we have no time to exercise. Let’s go over why this is not a legitimate excuse. You do not need to exercise as much as you think. (You just need to eat better!) Try simple walking, yoga, strength…